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Vote for Robyn Britton


To the residents of Nelson Township,

As you know there is a primary election coming up August 7. Robyn Britton, who is our present township supervisor, is running for re-election. Having worked with Robyn in the political arena, I’ve found her to be a person of integrity, honesty, and forward thinking.

I also worked with her opponent and I must say the choice is easy.

Not if you vote, but when you vote, in my opinion there is only one person for the job. Vote for Robyn Britton for township supervisor. Believe me, you want to elect Robyn. 

Come join my wife and I as we vote to elect Robyn to run in the November election.

Roger and Betty Towsley, Village of Sand Lake

Past President and Village Council

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Roger and Bette Towsley

C-ANN-Towsley-Roger-Bette50th Wedding Anniversary 

Roger and Bette Towsley 

Roger and Bette Towsley of Sand Lake, MI will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on November 16, 2013. An open house will be hosted by their children on November 9 from 1-4pm at Crossfire Church, 4780 Cornfield Drive, Cedar Springs, MI.

All friends and family welcome. No gifts please.


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Ray Winnie
Intandem Credit Union


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